Photo from Pride House Glasgow where Lucy Holmes-Elliott and I are undertaking a live art project called Gameface, documenting the various LGBTI people visiting the venue. We’re taking photos, doing digital sketches and painting transient, temporary portraits on the walls. It’s been a lot of fun so far, in an incredible, relaxed venue.

Photo from Pride House Glasgow where Lucy Holmes-Elliott and I are undertaking a live art project called Gameface, documenting the various LGBTI people visiting the venue. We’re taking photos, doing digital sketches and painting transient, temporary portraits on the walls. It’s been a lot of fun so far, in an incredible, relaxed venue.

nycstreetscene:

This lady came on the subway today with her beautiful bird.

nycstreetscene:

This lady came on the subway today with her beautiful bird.


KENT WILLIAMS

KENT WILLIAMS

(Source: nude-body)

nuclearharvest:

Blond Natalia in Studio Arrangement by Kent Williams 2010

nuclearharvest:

Blond Natalia in Studio Arrangement by Kent Williams 2010


Sebastien Layral

Sebastien Layral

(Source: malephic)

lucievole:

SEBASTIEN LAYRAL.

lucievole:

SEBASTIEN LAYRAL.

lucievole:

SEBASTIEN LAYRAL.

lucievole:

SEBASTIEN LAYRAL.

neonshines:

"Well, my work is foremost about the destabilization of the contemporary subject in an increasing control society, and often I use the digital realm as the environment to place them in. It’s almost an ontological build up from scratch, building a new idea of who we are. So from that vantage point, I paint the current status or crisis of humanity today, and in doing so I am participating in an age old practice in paint. The digital is just a new context or environment to be studied. I feel as though I am carrying on a dialogue of paint and humanity that have existed since the dawning of paint itself." -Justin Bower interview with High-Fructose Magazine Vol. 31

neonshines:

"Well, my work is foremost about the destabilization of the contemporary subject in an increasing control society, and often I use the digital realm as the environment to place them in. It’s almost an ontological build up from scratch, building a new idea of who we are. So from that vantage point, I paint the current status or crisis of humanity today, and in doing so I am participating in an age old practice in paint. The digital is just a new context or environment to be studied. I feel as though I am carrying on a dialogue of paint and humanity that have existed since the dawning of paint itself." -Justin Bower interview with High-Fructose Magazine Vol. 31

nycstreetscene:

Justin bower Panic room at Unix gallery w.24th street